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A Look from Brazil: How Did Trump Happen?

On Wednesday morning, November 9, The New York Times headline in double-sized print read ...

Impeaching Brazil’s New President Is Not Unthinkable. Some Are Working to Do This

In a historic vote on August 31, Brazil’s democratically elected President Dilma Rousseff was ...

World Cup: On Behalf of 201 Million Brazilians, I Welcome All Visitors

Starting this Thursday, the eyes and hearts of the world will all be turned ...

After a Year of Protests Brazil Enters 2014 Ready to Welcome the World

It has been quite a year in Brazil. The country experienced huge demonstrations as ...

The São Paulo Election’s Winner Is a Minas Politician Who Wants to Be Brazil’s President

The leading Brazilian politician José Serra celebrated his 70th birthday on 19 March 2012. ...

Brazil’s Military Dictatorship: 21 Years of Interrupted Democracy

The period of the military dictatorship in Brazil often referred to as “Brazil’s years ...

The Future of Brazil’s Democracy Is in the Hands of the Citinauts

Since 1986, former Planning Minister João Paulo dos Reis Velloso has assembled a group ...